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Hampton Beach Seafood Festival

Hampton, NH September 11 - September 13

With Ocean Boulevard closed to vehicular traffic, a safe and enjoyable seaside pedestrian promenade is formed. The Hampton Beach Seafood Festival has been acclaimed as "One of the Top 100 Events in North America", by the American Bus Association for many years! Event attendance is now estimated as exceeding 150,000!… SEE MORE

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Isaias Continues Active Seasonal Trend for Atlantic Tropics

8/7/2020 by US Harbors

By David Cannon – Director of Yacht Operations/Meteorologist, Weather Routing Inc. (WRI) The Atlantic Hurricane Season has already been one for the record books and has been far more active than normal thus far. In an average season, we will find 1 or 2 named tropical cyclones (those of Tropical… SEE MORE

Isaias Forecast to Strengthen to a Hurricane as it Heads Toward the Carolinas

8/3/2020 by US Harbors

By Hollie Silverman and Monica Garrett. Tropical Storm Isaias is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane again and reach the Carolinas on Monday night, according to the National Hurricane Center. A hurricane warning has been issued for parts of South Carolina and North Carolina, and surges could reach 3 to 5 feet.… SEE MORE

Marine Debris Removal Grants Available from NOAA

7/17/2020 by US Harbors

The NOAA Marine Debris Program offers several nationwide, competitive funding opportunities for marine debris projects. These include: removal, prevention, and research grants. Open Opportunities The NOAA Marine Debris Program's FY2021 Marine Debris Removal grant competition (NOAA-NOS-ORR-2021-2006587) is open and soliciting Letters of Intent for review. Letters of Intent (LOIs) are due September… SEE MORE

Tropical Storm Fay Forecast to Make Landfall Along Mid-Atlantic

7/10/2020 by US Harbors

Tropical Storm Fay, currently located off the Mid-Atlantic coast is forecast to move northward and make landfall near New York City tonight. Impacts from Fay will extend across parts of the Mid-Atlantic into Southern New England including moderate to locally heavy rainfall and flash flood potential near and north of… SEE MORE

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